The U.S. Justice Department has given the thumbs-up to the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile, and now all that stands in the way of the two communications giants completing the deal is a lawsuit filed by the attorneys general of 13 states, including Wisconsin’s.
The House Judiciary Committee, under the leadership of Chairman Jerry Nadler, a Democrat from New York, is trying to revive the fight over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
President Donald Trump said that if Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar doesn’t like our country, she can leave. Omar loves our country. Trump doesn’t.
Those of a certain age may remember Art Linkletter’s show, “Kids Say the Darndest Things.” And if we have children, grandchildren or have spent time with the young and innocent, we know how true that is.
Horrific images are too often shared across America. Families and communities are sent asunder by actions of one person set on doing great harm in a short time.
Never have I questioned the musical tastes of my fellow citizens, but holy tone deaf, Baraboo. Mass shootings filling the evening news, schools practicing live-shooter drills, and companies putting plastic on windows to impede incoming bullets. Now there will be a new tactical weapons supers…
“Ah, yes, you speak of a recent Pew Research Center survey that found ‘46% of adult social media users say they feel worn out by political posts and discussions they see on social media’ — a share that ‘has risen 9 percentage points since the summer of 2016, when the Center last asked this q…
It’s an illustration of how unreasonable congressional Republicans are on gun control that growing GOP support for a “red flag” measure to prevent demonstrably dangerous people from getting firearms is being hailed as a bipartisan breakthrough.
The book “How Democracies Die,” by Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt, tells of the destruction of democracy in various countries, identifying four characteristics of politicians moving toward anti-democratic, authoritarian rule.
Thank you for all of the generous people and businesses who supported our first Central Wisconsin Cheer Camp. We had more than 250 high school and college cheerleaders attend and we couldn't have done it without all of you.